A significant part of the debate into the origins of COVID-19 has been about whether or not the virus came from a Chinese government-controlled lab formally known as the Wuhan Institute of Virology. For more than a year questions raised regarding those origins have been quashed by the media cult, pointing to studies and papers authored by the very people who would have every reason to cover it up. Now that a lab leak theory is looking more and more credible, with scientific evidence for it now surpassing that of a natural zoonotic spillover, those same ardent defenders sound less like experts in their field, and more like flabbergasted Hillary Clinton throwing her hands up exclaiming “at this point, what difference does it make?”
As the story has progressed and the theory of the potential release of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has become more accepted, numerous statisticians have placed the probability of a lab leak as extremely likely, factoring for both an intentional and unintentional release. In fact, when factoring for naturally-collected, but accidentally released viruses (viruses that were accidentally released from the lab but were naturally collected elsewhere) the lab-leak theory is an almost pure certainty. Yet, the mainstream media and big tech continue to ignore stories and meter traffic to coverage about this increasingly likely potential.
While many want to lean towards an accidental release as the worst-case scenario, the conditions also exist for this release to have been intentional, with China intending to pull the proverbial parking brake of the global economy and send everything to a screeching halt. And that’s exactly what happened. While we are still a long way from determining the intent behind the potential release, one thing is for sure:
China’s actions after the initial outbreak unequivocally suggest an intent to kill.
Back in January 2020, what was known about the SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the COVID-19 infection, was provided by the Chinese government, along with suggested treatments, the genomic sequencing of the virus, and information about the alleged source of the virus. As we learned from a Wall Street Journal article this
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